I definitely step into the confessional on this podcast
— but Dan Miles always shows a lot of respect for the artists he interviews, and he has a deep knowledge of and enthusiasm for songwriting, so peeling off the mask of THE GREAT MAKE BELIEVER
was pretty painless. Check it out below!
New Release: Chris Robley
I did a fun interview with a UK-based blog called This Is Our Music
, all about other people's music that has meant the world (or some part of it) to me. Nice to get the chance to talk about other artists for a change.
Check it out HERE
Quite a few people have asked how Craig and I made the video for "Anonymous" (which was filmed in reverse), so I put together a making-of clip to explain...
But first, if you haven't seen the new "Anonymous" music video, check it out HERE:
Now, if you want to seeeeeee how we filmed it, click HERE:
In related news, the official release of The Great Make Believer is incredibly close, and I'll holler as soon as it's up on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and other outlets.
Till then, I hope you're riding a ray of hope right through this Tax and Primary Season.
Carol Banks Weber just posted her interview with me on AXS.com — in which I compare songwriting to buckling a kid into a carseat, and discuss some of what went into the making of the new album. To read the interview, click the link below:
'The Great Make Believer' has a heart: Chris Robley opens up about new album.
I was the guest on a recent episode of Music Business Connection
Me and host Terrance Schmansky talked about a bunch of stuff over the course of 30 minutes: music marketing, getting my start in music, influences, and more. Check it out...
063: Why You Need Good Friends In The Music Industry, With Chris Robley
Last week, VENTS
premiered my song "Fisher King.
After that we chatted a bit. Here's the interview they posted
this week, where we discuss The Fall of Man, recording music with Rob Stroup, and the writing of the songs on The Great Make Believer
In the midst of my PledgeMusic pre-sale for THE GREAT MAKE BELIEVER,
I forgot to share a link to the interview I did early last month — but HERE IT IS
— PledgeMusic's conversation with me about poems vs. lyrics, the meaning of the new album title, and why it took me five years to put out a record.